A lot of readers have asked why we don’t have an “About” section on the Global Graphica website. We often felt that the site’s content spoke for itself, as it were, but had planned to put a concise explanation of ourselves on the site eventually. So we’re adding an “About” blurb to the sidebar to the right. Here it is …
About Global Graphica
Global Graphica is a personally curated website devoted to photographically documenting the street art we see in daily walks in and around downtown New York City and in cities we travel to around the world. Images of other ephemeral art forms and visual culture are also posted to our site, as is information and commentary about exhibitions, events and media. Global Graphica was launched in 2004 as a spin-off web project of the pop-culture web magazine Air Massive. The site was set up to create a personal photo record of the ever-changing street art we encountered daily in our downtown New York City neighborhood and beyond. Global Graphica welcomes inquiries and submissions of images from readers and artists.
Cool black-and-white stickie of smiling face with sunglasses and gold tooth. The face looks like a cross between Steve McQueen and Andy Warhol. Love the details in the graphic. The gold tooth is boss. The reflective star is class, mate.
Awesome little “Savage Hustler” graffiti-style wood-cut affixed to a wall on Spring Street in Nolita, NYC. The wood-cut gives the words an organic, natural texture and add dimensionality to a graff style that is usually